A feast celebrating the gustatory joys of food with songs good enough to eat by Slim Gaillard, Fats Waller, Louis Jordan, Bob Wills Marty Grosz, the Boswell Sisters, Diana Krall, Tommy Dorsey’s Clambake Seven, and more. FOOD SONGS 1A.mp3 FOOD SONGS 1B.mp3
During the 1930s
a brilliant series of Jazz, Blues and Hokum records were made under the
name Washboard Rhythm Kings. They were not a regular working band and
only existed on disc as a series of studio sessions. There was no
fixed roster of personnel in this changing lineup of good but little-known musicians .
. . some unknown even to this day.
Three programs featuring an interview with Harold Drob who befriended Bunk, produced his last recording, and dedicated his life to researching the life of the man whose discovery launched the New Orleans Jazz revival in earnest.
Jazz, Hokum and Blues old and new on ukulele by Cheap Suit Serenaders, Steven Strauss, Spirits of Rhythm, various ukelele ladies, and featuring Ukulele Ike who was the best selling uke artist of all time.
New Years Eve with LORD BUCKLEY Spoken-jazz performer Lord Buckley was one of the most outrageous monologists, raconteurs, and personalities of the 20th Century. Besides other word-jazz you'll hear a never previously broadcast performance of his Royal Highness.